Silver sugar bowl (box). Russia, 1765-1771.



Silver sugar bowl or casket, decorated with a floral ornament. It is from the Russian Empire (Russia), located in Moscow, and was made between 1765 and 1771. The maximum height is 10 cm, the length is 14.5 cm, and the width is 10.5 cm. The weight of the item is 336 grams of silver with a fineness of 84 zolotniks (equivalent to a metrical fineness of 875). The hallmark on the 18th-century Russian silver items includes the following: "ААА" in a shield-shaped mark, which represents the initials of the master (indicating the years of work between 1765 and 1771). "ВА" is a mark with the initials of the assay master (active between 1760 and 1794). There is also a mark with George the Victorious, which is a symbol of Moscow, and a number (partially erased), indicating the year of the item's hallmarking.

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